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Our Affiliations

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The Grain and Feed Trade Association

Gafta, are an international Trade Association with over 1370 Members in 87 countries. Our aim is to promote international trade in grain, animal feed materials, pulses and rice and to protect the interests of our members worldwide, providing the support and international contacts they require.

Indian Merchants' Chamber

IMC, was set up in 1907, in the wake of ‘Swadeshi Movement’ to represent Indian businesses. IMC is a premier Chamber of trade, commerce and industry in India.Headquartered in Mumbai, the Chamber has more than 3000 members, comprising a cross section of the business community.

Indian Pest Control Association

IPCA, is a non-profit trade association of professional pest management companies in India. Founded in 1967, it is the premier association of the professional pest management industry in India, with close to 250 members throughout the country today.

National Pest Management Association

NPMA, a non-profit organization with more than 7,000 members from around the world, was established in 1933 to support the pest management industry's commitment to the protection of public health, food and property.


Pesticides Formulators Association of India

PFAI, came into existence in the year 1967 with a view to provide a platform for small scale Pesticides Formulators. It was subsequently changed in 1997 as Pesticides Manufactures & Formulators Association of India.

The Solvent Extractors' Association of India

SEA, an ISO 9001:2008 organisation, was founded in 1963 with the objectives to help & foster development of Solvent Extraction Industry in India. Over the years, the Association's scope and sphere of activities has expanded.

The Soybean Processors Association of India

SOPA, is the only national level body representing the soybean processors, farmers, exporters and brokers in India working towards the aim to strengthen soybeans as a viable crop.